Soprano Ashley Galvani Bell (ΦBK, Yale University) advises newly inducted Phi Beta Kappas, “Don’t be afraid to try to make your own path.”
South to Freedom: Runaway Slaves to Mexico and the Road to the Civil War by Alice Baumgartner (Basic Books) is the 2021 recipient of ΦBK’s Ralph Waldo Emerson Award.
Secretary and CEO of Phi Beta Kappa from 1975 to 1989, Kenneth M. Greene (ΦBK, Brown University) passed away in December at the age of 101.
Stephen Breyer (ΦΒΚ, Stanford University), who has served on the Supreme Court of the United States since 1994, plans to retire from his position this year.
Dulcie Everitt (ΦBK, Connecticut College) grew up in London, England. Her new book BrexLit examines how literature reacts to moments of political upheaval.
ΦBK author Terri Bacow combines cognitive behavioral therapy with guided journaling, pop culture references, and graphics for a youth audience.
Intern with a nationally recognized organization in Washington, D.C., while working remotely! The Phi Beta Kappa Society is seeking writing interns to help publicize the work of the Society and write stories about our alumni members. Applicants must be new members of Phi Beta Kappa within their first or second year to be considered for this position.
Shapiro (ΦBK, Harvard) is an applied microeconomist at Brown University whose work address a wide variety of pressing problems, including political polarization, media bias, and recidivism.
For President of Middlebury College Laurie L. Patton, being a member of Phi Beta Kappa isn’t just a matter of academic achievement. It’s also a family affair.
New York Times Bestselling food author Steven Raichlen (ΦBK, Reed College) discusses his love of history, writing, and of course cooking.
This December marked the 100-year anniversary of the death of Henrietta Swan Leavitt (ΦBK, Radcliffe College), an astronomer whose legacy and groundbreaking findings remain largely obscured by history.
John Rumpler (ΦBK, Tufts), senior director of Environment America’s clean water program, recently spearheaded the Get the Lead Out campaign, gaining billions for infrastructure remediation.